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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
print a configuration label from the printer to get the BT settings, you may need to use "label vista"(zebra) to configure it. the keys are generated based of the BT mac
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
Is your Deskjet still in the default "Private" mode? If so, change it to the "Public" mode.
In the toolbox, go to the printer services tab and choose configure Bluetooth settings. Change the mode to public mode.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Turn the printer up side down and remove the battery. Undo the philips screw and remove the module from the top. re-seat it back on the main PCB and replace the screw and battery. if the module still doesn't work then it is more than likely it has failed.
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
SOURCE: Bluetooth printing to an RW
Hi sorry to tell you but the addition of that CR to the end of a line, is a software issue, in that the as the program translates the material to be printed into the Format that the printer wants, it does so, BUT adds a CR after each 646 characters instead of say a binding space or en EOL marker? Maybe it whatever it is can be changed to this or removed altogether?
What is it? well this is difficult, but i am fairly sure i know what it most likely isn't?
Most likely this isn't the "Buffer" size? or perhaps the "Heap" size? maybe even it's "Page" size? maybe a "Frame" size? but that amount of data isn't a lot, as worked out below it's a little over say 5K of data if done at 8 bit, less if 4 bit?
Again 646 characters is only about 129 words ( 129.2 actually, Using accepted average of 5 letters for a word) again a strange value for anything that is meant to occur?
As for memory well, again, I don't think either so, as the math doesn't really stackup, so, 646 Characters, at say 8 bits a character this equals 5168bytes, or 5.06875Kb ? this is pretty meaningless? as "Memory Boundary"? is this all the Thermal printers memory will hold?
But if anything concerned only has about that much "memory" "address space", etc, etc, then THAT will be the culprit?
I would wonder though, if it isn't a "Bug" in the Fileutil class library? or a "Default" setting for some "Size" of something? that maybe able to be altered?
all I can say id good hunting...
Posted on Apr 23, 2011
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